By now, you should know which apps to use for your next iPad, iPhone or iPod touch purchase.

The iPad Air 2, the iPhone 7, and the iPad Mini 2 have all been on sale for a few days now, so you can probably figure out which of the four devices is best for you.

The big news here, however, is the iPad Pro, which is on sale now, along with the iPad mini 3 and iPad Pro 2.

If you haven’t yet, read our article on how to choose the best iPad for your needs, or skip ahead to the iPad Pros vs. iPads.

We’ve also broken down the pros and cons of each device in a separate article.

Apple says it’ll be selling its iPad Pros, and it’s the best option if you’re looking for a new iPad.

However, Apple says that there are also pros and con’s of the new iPad Pro models, and we’ll take a closer look at each of them below.

Pros: New iPad Pro offers a new tablet design, which will definitely appeal to many, and will offer more screen real estate than its predecessors.

However you choose to use it, it’s going to be one of the most comfortable tablets ever.

Pros also come with a great selection of apps, including the new iBooks app, which Apple says is “a better experience” than the previous version of the app.

The new iPad Air models will have the same screen as the older iPad models, but with better color choices.

The iPads are the cheapest iPad models on sale, and Apple is charging $249.99 for each of the devices.

The smaller iPad Pro is a better value than the iPad Airs, which comes in at $299.99.

Pros can run multiple apps simultaneously, and they have a larger screen, which makes it easier to use.

Pros are easier to maintain, especially when using them in a shared home office, which can help them keep tabs on their work.

The bigger iPad Pro has a bigger battery and will also run newer apps, like iBooks, and can take longer to charge.

The Airs have more battery life, but come with fewer apps.

Pros will be more likely to be on the go and will have fewer apps to get up to speed on, which means they can be more prone to power outages.

Pros tend to have more storage, so the more storage you have, the more apps you’ll need.

Pros have better performance overall, thanks to the more RAM available to the larger iPad Pro.

Pros come in three sizes: iPad Pro 3, iPad Pro 4, and iPad Air 3.

The larger iPad Pros are smaller than the smaller iPads, and have bigger displays.

The two smaller iPads also come in a white and black color option.

Pros generally offer the best performance, but there are pros and pros to all of them.

Pros aren’t necessarily better, but they are more affordable.

Pros do come with more apps and a larger battery, which allows you to use them for longer.

Pros cost more than they look, which tends to make people more likely go for the cheapest option.

The Pros are a lot more portable than the Airs and iPad Pros.

Pros require less space in your home office.

Pros may also have a higher price tag, but the price tag is typically more than what the Pros will cost.

Pros offer better battery life and longer battery life.

Pros don’t have a lot of screen real-estate, but are smaller.

Pros make better use of space, especially in a small space.

Pros run more apps, but require more storage to make sure they are up to date.

Pros need less space.

The Pro models are also smaller and have larger displays.

Pros provide better overall performance.

Pros use more space, which helps reduce clutter in your workspace.

Pros last longer and can last longer.

Overall, the iPad and iPad 2 Pros are the best tablets available right now.

Pros and cons Pros are more portable, which also makes them easier to keep tabs and use in a larger space.

Cons have better battery and performance, and are less expensive.

Pros get better battery performance, as well as better performance and more apps.

Overall Pros are cheaper, but have less storage.

Pros take up less space, but don’t offer as much screen real space as other devices.

Pros often require more space in a home office to make room for more apps to run.

Pros fall short on battery life compared to other tablets.

Pros lack the ability to use multiple apps at the same time.

Pros sometimes have less RAM than other devices, which limits battery life or can make it hard to keep up with apps.

The pros also come at a lower price.

Pros range in price from $299 to $399.99, which isn’t all that expensive, but it doesn’t include the full battery life of other tablets or the battery life that can last for a longer period of time.

Cons may not last as long as other tablets, but offer more power and performance.